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  1. 1. Beanoir (Nick) 2. Crafty1 (Charlie) 3. Woodhouse (Derek) 4. Windymiller (Jason)
  2. All, Following feedback from a few members we’ve made a few changes to the website and the Club Contributor and Donation packages we offer. Firstly as I’m sure you are all aware, the club is maintained by the Team voluntarily. The time the Team put in I know is appreciated and the payment is the pleasure we get from running such a great website for a great base of members cantered around the cars we have a passion for. Additionally the Team increasingly have to dig into their own pockets to maintain the various elements of running a website and forum. The costs of domain name renewals, hosting costs and cloud space are regular costs and some also increase as the member base grows. We generate a small portion of the overall costs from advertising revenue, but as you may be aware we also offer club stickers, donation options and the ability to become a Club Contributor. The latter now comes with additional benefits so that the cost gives these members who do wish to upgrade from now on some tangible benefits which include; Promotion to the Club Contributor Group on the forum to recognise your contribution 1 club window sticker 1 standard sticker a selection of CaymanOC calling cards increased file upload limits access to all areas of the website less adverts visible on the website We have tried to make these changes in a way that is not mandatory for members to donate/contribute (i.e. maintaining a subscription free club and website) which is an ethos we will continue to maintain but of course we greatly appreciate everybody's contribution here at CaymanOC. Any feedback as always is welcome T.
  3. All, Following feedback from a few members we’ve made a few changes to the website and the Club Contributor and Donation packages we offer. Firstly as I’m sure you are all aware, the club is maintained by the Team voluntarily. The time the Team put in I know is appreciated and the payment is the pleasure we get from running such a great website for a great base of members cantered around the cars we have a passion for. Additionally the Team increasingly have to dig into their own pockets to maintain the various elements of running a website and forum. The costs of domain name renewals, hosting costs and cloud space are regular costs and some also increase as the member base grows. We generate a small portion of the overall costs from advertising revenue, but as you may be aware we also offer club stickers, donation options and the ability to become a Club Contributor. The latter now comes with additional benefits so that the cost gives these members who do wish to upgrade from now on some tangible benefits which include; Promotion to the Club Contributor Group on the forum to recognise your contribution 1 club window sticker 1 standard sticker a selection of CaymanOC calling cards increased file upload limits access to all areas of the website less adverts visible on the website We have tried to make these changes in a way that is not mandatory for members to donate/contribute (i.e. maintaining a subscription free club and website) which is an ethos we will continue to maintain but of course we greatly appreciate everybody's contribution here at CaymanOC. Any feedback as always is welcome T. View full record
  4. I'm on it David! Cheers T.
  5. All, Following feedback from a few members we’ve made a few changes to the website and the Club Contributor and Donation packages we offer. Firstly as I’m sure you are all aware, the club is maintained by the Team voluntarily. The time the Team put in I know is appreciated and the payment is the pleasure we get from running such a great website for a great base of members cantered around the cars we have a passion for. Additionally the Team increasingly have to dig into their own pockets to maintain the various elements of running a website and forum. The costs of domain name renewals, hosting costs and cloud space are regular costs and some also increase as the member base grows. We generate a small portion of the overall costs from advertising revenue, but as you may be aware we also offer club stickers, donation options and the ability to become a Club Contributor. The latter now comes with additional benefits so that the cost gives these members who do wish to upgrade from now on some tangible benefits which include; Promotion to the Club Contributor Group on the forum to recognise your contribution 1 club window sticker 1 standard sticker a selection of CaymanOC calling cards increased file upload limits access to all areas of the website less adverts visible on the website We have tried to make these changes in a way that is not mandatory for members to donate/contribute (i.e. maintaining a subscription free club and website) which is an ethos we will continue to maintain but of course we greatly appreciate everybody's contribution here at CaymanOC. Any feedback as always is welcome T.
  6. Tiptronic questions

    Don't upset the ape! Back OT folks
  7. 718 Cayman vs. 981 GT4

    A comparison....for a bit of light hearted Friday amusement! Tire Rack's Jonny Lieberman goes for a drive in his friend Derek Powell’s Porsche Cayman GT4. Why? Because Lieberman suspects the new Cayman S, in typical Porsche fashion, is just as capable as the top dog from the previous iteration of the mid-engine two-seater. The two hop into the brand-new, four-cylinder, turbocharged 718 to see if there’s any truth to Jonny’s Lieberman’s assertion. After coming to no definitive answer while blasting around California’s Angeles Crest Highway, the boys decide to take both Caymans to the Streets of Willow to see what pro driver Randy Pobst can make of them. Is the new 718 Cayman S good enough to beat and beat up on the GT4? Watch and find out! View full record
  8. 718 Cayman vs. 981 GT4

    A comparison....for a bit of light hearted Friday amusement! Tire Rack's Jonny Lieberman goes for a drive in his friend Derek Powell’s Porsche Cayman GT4. Why? Because Lieberman suspects the new Cayman S, in typical Porsche fashion, is just as capable as the top dog from the previous iteration of the mid-engine two-seater. The two hop into the brand-new, four-cylinder, turbocharged 718 to see if there’s any truth to Jonny’s Lieberman’s assertion. After coming to no definitive answer while blasting around California’s Angeles Crest Highway, the boys decide to take both Caymans to the Streets of Willow to see what pro driver Randy Pobst can make of them. Is the new 718 Cayman S good enough to beat and beat up on the GT4? Watch and find out!
  9. Dear All, You may or may not notice (hopefully the former) that as a result of a major software upgrade to the forum today there are a number of user improvements. I won't list them all out but hopefully as you snoop around you may notice them and a slightly more fluid and modern feel to the forum and website as a whole. I'm hoping what you won't notice are any bugs, but should you come across any then please let us know by reply message to this thread and we will look into it. Best, T.
  10. Ok so it’s not a Cayman, but the new Porsche GT2 is an awesome machine and one we love. Whilst the fastest lap time of Nordschleife is not the only benchmark of a fine sports car, the achievement is impressive nonetheless. View full record
  11. Ok so it’s not a Cayman, but the new Porsche GT2 is an awesome machine and one we love. Whilst the fastest lap time of Nordschleife is not the only benchmark of a fine sports car, the achievement is impressive nonetheless.
  12. Welcome! I would find a top notch, recommended local bodywork specialist if it were me. The areas you are talking about should not be difficult to repair and I wouldn't have thought will be eye watering. Bubbling of rust around the front boot catch is very very common, I would ask them to sort that also whilst having the other bits done.
  13. GT4 Gearbox

    Work of art!